The Divorcée's Guide To Casual Sex

By

casual sex
Keeping it casual? Follow these rules.

1. Be honest. Explore your innermost reasons for wanting to engage in casual sex as well as what that means to you. You may prefer just a quick roll in the hay with no real conversation, or you may want a partner that spends time communicating with you about other mutual interests. Cuddling afterwards is optional.

2. Be straightforward. Show respect to your partner. You need to be confident enough to tell your partner exactly what you do and do not want in the relationship. Let it be known that either of you can terminate the relationship without explanation or hard feelings.

3. Be realistic. This relationship is temporary and it will end. Know that you have opted for this arrangement for pleasure. If feelings get in the way, you may need to look at yourself. This relationship will not likely grow into a long-term relationship.

4. Be safe. Even if you are just looking for casual sex, be aware that there are some real whack jobs out there. Do your homework if you met him online. Let a trusted friend know where you are and with whom. If the guy treats you badly or if you have any reservations at all, end the relationship immediately.

5. Be protected. Feel free to explore your wild sexual side, while protecting your health and well-being. Be prepared with condoms and use them, even if you have other means of birth control.

6. Don't get emotionally attached. Consistently remind yourself that this relationship is all about sex. It is not about love and it will never be. The happiness you feel is  purely about physical pleasure, not about a personal connection. Keep reading ...

Article contributed by
Advanced Member

Cindy Holbrook

Divorce Coach

Find out where you are in the recovery process, visit DivorceRecoveryCompass.com now. And Discover how you can quickly grieve the death of your marriage and the loss of your hopes and dreams, so that you can move forward with Peace, Confidence and Clarity as you discover the magnificent woman within!

Wishing you a life full of Peace and Happiness!

Cindy Holbrook

CoachingForDivorcedWomen.com

Location: Ridgecrest, CA
Credentials: CPC
Specialties: Divorce/Divorce Prevention
Other Articles/News by Cindy Holbrook:

The 6 Steps To Total Divorce Recovery

By

There is a recovery process when you go through a divorce. Some experts have stated that a divorce is the most stressful period of a woman's life — even more stressful than death. When you go through a divorce, it seems that most of the advice people give you is the number one myth about your divorce recovery — "Time heals all ... Read more

Solitude Or Loneliness? Being Comfortable Alone Post-Divorce

By

Just because you've recently been divorced does not mean that your life is over. However, when asked what her greatest fear is during and after a divorce, women often answer "being alone." Letting go of these fears is a part of the divorce recovery process. Once you have grieved the death of your marriage, there is no reason that you can't ... Read more

7 Ways To Trust Your Intuition After Divorce

By

Many women find it difficult to trust their intuition during and after a divorce. This may be because they have not completed their divorce recovery. It is important for you to learn to trust your intution in order to move forward after divorce with peace, confidence and clarity. The definition of intuition is "direct perception of truth, fact, etc., ... Read more

See More

PARTNER POSTS
Latest Expert Videos
ASK YOURTANGO MORE QUESTIONS
Most Popular